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Hi guys, Im eager to find out about our spectrum usage. Cause Im working on LTE and it uses either 2.7 GHz or 900 MHz,...
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Not a homework question, I was just hoping someone could assist me with understanding some math. Actually, more...
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Hello, I want to ask about what is the equation to calculate the pressure drop in a double heat exchanger and shell...
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Very simply put. Is it possible to determine bending stress in a beam without knowing the young's modulus of the...
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Greetings. I am a woodworker, and i build lockboxes with hidden compartments and complicated homemade magnetic locks....
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Hi, why does a sensor, eg a temperature sensor, have an accuracy? Is it just because of a random error, or...
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So I can follow the sequence of operations: the refrigerant enters the compression stage as a saturated vapour(a gas?)...
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Hello I used a digital angle gauge recently, how does it work? Is there a (MEMS) gyroscope inside perhaps? But...
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Hi. Can someone help me please. I have a steam generator which is designed to operate from natural gas with pressure...
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Hi, How to check my transmitter signal power? I have found my transmitter in my friend shed and needs some new output...
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do strain gauges need calibration
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Hello All, I am a novice with Ansys Mechanical. I have to do a thermal analysis of thin walled composite layer (3...
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I'm currently studying complex numbers in my high maths class, moving onto trigonometry. I already know some...
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Hi, ***I just noticed this that I posted this in the wrong section thinking I was in the engineering...
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Hai Guys....... I want to check the AC current by using digtal multimeter.Please give me instruction.
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Imagine that i have a source of _constant_ wind. It travels, with negligible variance, at 50 mph. The problem is...
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I’m calculating a discrete integral from distinct water-flow measurements. That means I have a few thousand data...
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How do i develop a wind turbine model for electricity generation.
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Can anyone tell me where I can find a basic T parameter table for RF design. One with the T parameters for shunt...
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Does anybody have any experimental data on flat back airfoils. I would like to know the experimental data,...
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I am working on a swinging component. The component can swing with a varying amount of forces, which I need to...
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Sumitomo Corp and Kyoto University have jointly come up with a new sodium-based molten salt battery which is claimed...
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If my car goes twice the distance on the same amount of fuel, doing twice the distance the friction and wind...
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i'm looking for two reports with headings approx. as below (1) world market and trends in Switch Mode Power...
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http://www.scientiaweb.com/2011/03/04/floating-solar-panels/ Sea is the place where they should be but too far from...
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i want to plot these equations in 3d Eq 1= 5x^2 - 2y^2 + 4x+ 4y -4 +2xy Eq 2 =x^2 +3x +2y +xy +5 eq 3 = -7x2 +3x...
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i never heard of such a thing but what could be the circuit analysis to this? http://i.imgur.com/Zd6qn.jpg what...
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Okay, so I'm not really in High School (second year of college), but this is still a High School level problem....
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Attached are two diagrams. One describing Moore's law, the other describing the development of atomic clocks since the...
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Suppossedly, it is a possible for a moment to occur (with the same magnitude) at any point along a beam. But this not...
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